Workspaces That Inspire Me
There are so many inspiring spaces to see both online and off in our favorite magazines, books and on blogs. There is no end to the inspiration. As I work on putting the final touches on my work studio before Debi Treloar arrives to shoot it next month, I'm drawing my inspiration from a bunch of beautiful rooms that I've been collecting online. It's a great idea to build these style files so that you can keep all of your room ideas in one place. Here is my work room style file, see if there are any below that you feel a certain connection to.
Taken this morning with my iPhone of a nook in my office.
vtwonen can pull together a room like no other. I really like the tones in this room and that bookcase is painted so beautifully.
frau-p - This lady lives in Germany and really knows how to pull together a bookcase!
vtwonen - My favorite magazine and it always delivers the best of the best. I really love this glass wall!
lisa congdon - A kick butt artist in San Francisco with a kick butt space.
My workspace, at least as it was a year ago. I've updated since as I always do. :)
Here are a many more workspaces to inspire you today that I've rounded up for you >CLICK HERE<.
It is so important to have a nice work room, at least when you are a freelancer working from home as I do. It's where everything begins and ends for me each day so I need it to support me. Do you feel the same way? Do you have a room in your home where you can escape? Do you have a creative nook if you don't have an entire room?
(images: linked to their source above.)